Alphabet Stories March 1
Calico’s chief computing officer departs the Alphabet anti-aging division
One of Alphabet’s more black box divisions is Calico. Founded in 2013, Larry Page once said it focused on “health, wellbeing and longevity,” but put more boldly, it wants to help people live longer. Today, news broke that the company has lost one of its top AI scientists.
Alphabet Stories February 26
Last November, the Securities and Exchange Commission asked Alphabet to further clarify its unique corporate governance structure. Implemented in 2015 as part of a massive reorganization, the SEC wanted insight into the decision-making process within the parent company and its “Other Bets.”
Alphabet Stories February 1
Everyone can use an Echo Dot: Just $50!
WSJ: Alphabet reportedly in talks to build data centers with Aramco in Saudi Arabia
This morning the Wall Street Journal has put out a report that Google’s parent company, Alphabet, is in talks with Aramco, a state-owned oil giant from Saudi Arabia, to build a large tech hub within the country.
Alphabet Stories January 24
Alphabet Stories December 21, 2017